Christophe Lemaire Pre-Fall 2015
February 2, 2015 - fall Denim
Designers Sarah-Linh Tran and Christophe Lemaire seem prepared to write a successful subsequent section to their business with a pre-fall collection.
With a newly re-branded company, a critically acclaimed men’s uncover and now their initial pre-collection presented for pre-fall 2015, designers Sarah-Linh Tran and Christophe Lemaire seem prepared to write a successful subsequent section to their business.
Talking about a lineup, a twin evoked a thought of a lady walking by a pacific strand in winter, translating it into a operation that was clever on outerwear. The designers pronounced that pre-fall will paint about 60 percent of their altogether fall/winter collection, with a large pieces remaining longer in stores and lighter, some-more ethereal pieces slated for a arriving runway deteriorate in March.
Focused on classics — with some equipment reworked from past Lemaire collections — a lineup’s looks enclosed wide-legged, ultra high-waist pants shown in string or wool-denim and ragged possibly with a boxy pea cloak or a parsimonious red weave sweater. Given their manly sartorial aesthetic, a twin adored healthy fabrics and gentle volumes, such as a yak nap garment and tunic, a wool-crepe pantsuit, a inexhaustible waxed string raincoat and a woolen Panama fabric “umbrella”-shaped hang skirt. Rounding out a collection was a operation of skinny cashmere weave sweaters and tops in skin-tone shades as good as a line of block leather bags made by a normal French workwear factory.